Whether or not you’re looking forward to the new E! reality show “Livin’ Lohan” you gotta admit it’s going to be interesting insight as to where Lindsay Lohan came from (though she won’t be appearing on the show).
LiLo’s mother Dina and sister Ali were spotted along with good old Grandma in Harlem yesterday filming scenes for the show. And something seemed very staged.
When it comes to role models for your 14-year-old daughter, Lindsay Lohan may not be the first choice. But the “Mean Girls” actress is doing her best to set a good example for her kid sis Ali.
The Lohan ladies were spotted as they left the Kobe Club in New York City after having dinner last night. And though she’s new to this whole ‘celebrity thing,’ Ali looked like a seasoned pro when it came to ignoring the paparazzi.
Lindsay Lohan was spotted leaving Byron Williams Hair Salon in Beverly Hills, California yesterday, having treated her younger sister Ali to a pamper treatment.
The sisters Lohan were both in good spirits, smiling big for the waiting paparazzi with their freshly done hairdos and makeup. After the salon, they headed over to a coffee shop before heading to Bristol Farms.
While Lindsay Lohan struggles to get her act together, her father Michael has made an effort to restore civility with her mother Dina. Where there was once malice, he hopes to create peace.
Apparently, in the ugly legal battle between Michael and Dina Lohan, Michael made some serious allegations against LiLo’s mom. He previously said that the alcohol and drug abuse problems of Dina were contributing factors to Lindsay’s downfall.
While Lindsay Lohan works, her family plays. Lindsay's sister, Ali, and brother, Cody, soaked up the sunshine on a family vacation in Miami with their mother Dina. The threesome seemed to be having a ball over the Easter holiday weekend.
Lindsay, meanwhile, was incapable of joining her family, although she would most likely have loved to have been there (LiLo always has kind words for her younger siblings). Lindsay just so happened to be on her way to 'The Land of the Rising Sun' to do a ten day ad shoot for the fall advertising campaign of designer Jill Stuart, which is being shot by longtime Stuart cameraman Mario Sorrenti.